Air Ambulance America: Wings of Medicine


Respirators used for medical purposes assist patients in breathing and are used on air ambulance transfers as well. These are more commonly referred to as ventilators and are accompanied by a respiratory therapist.

A respiratory therapist is certified to treat and care for patients who are on a ventilator. A patient who needs this kind of care will be accompanied on an air ambulance by both a flight nurse and/or paramedic along with a respiratory therapist onboard.

The Qualifications of Respiratory Therapists

You can find info about the requirements, specifications, and job of a respiratory therapist by visiting this site:

Respiratory Therapists- The U.S. Bureau Department of Labor and Statistics has provided this great detailed explanation of their jobs.

There are a great deal of respirators that are used for air purifying and preventative purposes. For information on those types of respirators, visit the following link:

Non-Medical Respirators - Explaining both the air purifying respirator and the atmosphere supplying respirator.

Air Ambulance Information -Our extensive information resource guide

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